AFP and eSafety launch new resource to help protect Australian children from diverse backgrounds

The AFP-led Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) is launching a suite of new education resources to help culturally and linguistically diverse families have important conversations about online child safety.

The ACCCE and the eSafety Commissioner have translated the resources, which include advice sheets for parents and carers, and conversation cards for families, into simplified Chinese, Arabic and Punjabi.

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